According to his bio, Tommy Pan '21 is a keeper with "modest eyes that shine like the fireball in the sky" and "not even a sense of trepidation in his core."
John Ursu '88 is a lawyer at Greene Espel PLLP in Minneapolis and a dad to three daughters. You may remember him from his brief stint on PBS's "Newton's Apple."
Middle School Director Chaka Cummings was a recent guest on this podcast, which features individuals from independent schools.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.
Find a complete listing of faculty, staff and student award descriptions and this year's recipients.
Chaka Cummings is an educator and a sports nut who shares his Disney fanaticism and foodie fascinations with his wife, Bobbie.
The team successfully defended its 2015 and 2016 Class AA titles with a victory at this year's tournament.
Beginning June 22, there will be no access to the Blake campus in Hopkins from Blake Road.
Summer at Blake includes academic enrichment, for-credit courses, sports, art and theatre camps, and Acoma day camps.
The team claimed the state title with a 7-0 win over Virginia.
Blake community members share their memories, thanks and best wishes with this year's faculty retirees.
The LearningWorks executive director will represent Breakthrough Collaborative affiliates around the country.
After 15 years living abroad, Nora Anderson '96 has returned to Minnesota, where she works, chases after her children and, on a good day, practices yoga.
Access Blake summer reading lists anytime, anywhere.
Highcroft's kindergartners connect with the senior residents of Wayzata's Meridian Manor.
The Blake Parent Association (PA) announces leadership for the 2017-18 school year.
Karenna '29 is a firm believer that there are no "girl colors" or "boy colors." But she can tell you the color of a burp.
Flash is a compilation of artistic and literary works by Blake Upper School students published annually.
Campbell Morrison '18, Grace Seeley '17 and Cole Woerner '18 were all winners in the Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society's Mondale-Quie Essay Contest.
Head of School Anne Stavney shares exciting news of an inspiring and historic gift to Excellence Accelerated.
Campaign support has helped increase the percentage of Blake students benefitting from financial assistance from 15 to 21. Families express in their own words what the Blake community means to them.
Join other Twin Cities and Minnesota educators for three days of learning and sharing about the world of nonprofits, June 12-14. Apply today!
By welcoming an intern from another country into their home, host families gain friendship, understanding, knowledge and a connection to the world.
John Saunders '73 was once introduced as "the first officer of the Blake Glee Club who really doesn't sing very well." Given this, he'll likely keep his current day job as a commercial real estate investment advisor.
The Washington Post releases its annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students. Blake ranks second among Minnesota schools.